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AS

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for AMERICAN SAMOA.

AS

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for American Samoa. This is the code used in international transactions to and from American Samoan bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for American Samoa. This is used as an international standard for shipping to American Samoa. As a territory of the United States, American Samoa is also assigned the geocode ISO 3166-2:US-AS.
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However, preterm birth, small for gestational age, and neonatal Apgar scores below 7 are quite common in pregnancies involving severe aortic stenosis, as defined by a prepregnancy transaortic peak gradient of 64 mm Hg or more, according to Dr.
Pathophysiology of aortic stenosis and approach to treatment with percutaneous valve implantation.
The agency approved the self-expanding transcatheter valve replacement system for severe aortic stenosis patients who are too ill or frail to have their aortic valves replaced through traditional open-heart surgery.
At the Baylor heart team clinic, patients with aortic stenosis get a complete work-up in 1 day.
A female patient with Heyde Syndrome, in which gastrointestinal (GIS) bleeding is common due to GIS angiodysplasia, had Edwards SAPIEN valve placed and thus, both the aortic stenosis and GIS bleedings were treated by this intervention.
TAVI is becoming an increasingly popular treatment for symptomatic aortic stenosis in patients unfit for conventional surgery.
Aortic stenosis is a common problem affecting approximately 3 percent of the population over age 65 and 5 percent of people older than 75.
The CoreValve system is designed to provide a minimally invasive treatment option -- without open-heart surgery -- for patients with symptomatic, severe aortic stenosis who are at high risk, or are ineligible, for open-heart surgery.
Earlier this year, Fred Whowell, from Bangor, was diagnosed with aortic stenosis, a natural degenerative condition that occurs when the aortic valve leaflets thicken and become restricted - symptoms which can ultimately prove to be fatal.
Aortic stenosis is a catastrophic event that strikes aging individuals, but may be thwarted by a supplement that was introduced in 1999.
Rudy Maxwell-Jones, who suffers from aortic stenosis, went through the operation when he was just 36 hours old.